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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Originally posted 04/01/2015 07:00AM
Mad Men is ending, and while the show's opening credits are inseparable from RJD2's haunting theme, there was a time when that beat was known only as "A Beautiful Mine," by RJD2 and rapper Aceyalone.
Matthew Weiner originally wanted a Beck song to play as the show's opening theme, but the singer turned down every offer from the show's producers. Weiner was driving and listening to NPR one day when he heard "A Beautiful Mine" played as segue music between two stories and was immediately struck by it, though the version that ultimately was used was so different from the original that RJD2 didn't recognize it when he first heard it. He's probably okay with it now, though.
Originally posted 03/05/2015 08:25AM
Danny DeVito likes to show off what he calls his "troll foot" on Twitter, and Jimmy Fallon took the bait Wednesday, allowing DeVito the opportunity to pull the thing out on national television.
This may have been a mistake.
Originally posted 11/14/2014 10:15AM
The Always Sunny star and wife Jill are new parents to Isley Ray, born in August
Originally posted 05/21/2014 04:00PM
Day's alma mater bestowed an honorary doctorate on the 1998 graduate Sunday, and he recounted how he got to where he is today, dispensing some helpful advice along the way.
Originally posted 10/10/2012 01:30PM
Recent news of Danny DeVito's split from Rhea Perlman proves it's not Always Sunny in Philadelphia, even though the cast's disposition certainly is.
The cast and crew of FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia celebrated the season 8 premiere at the ArcLight Cinerama Dome in Hollywood on Tuesday.
But DeVito, who plays Frank Reynolds on the series, was visibly absent from the red carpet and screening following Monday's announcement that after 30 years of marriage, the actor, 67, and Perlman, 64, are separating.
Originally posted 08/18/2011 09:00AM
Well, what do we have here?
The cast of FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is kicking off its upcoming seventh season with the addition of a furry feline costar.
In a newly released promotional photo, Charlie Day, who plays Charlie Kelly on the show, happily poses with one of his character's many cat companions displaying the famed Kitten Mittens muffling device.
Originally posted 08/07/2011 04:00PM
He's the breakout star of Horrible Bosses, fighting off Jennifer Aniston's advances – and getting a little out of it during a certain vacuum scene.
Still, fans of FX's raunchy hit, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, already know actor Charlie Day, 35, as the show's lovable (but oh-so-weird) Charlie, whose character has a penchant for killing rats in the basement of Paddy's Pub and dressing up in a neon green leotard as the unofficial mascot of the Philadelphia Phillies, Green Man.
But there's so much more to Day, and here's your chance to get to know the scene-stealer before It's Always Sunny's season seven premiere arrives on Sept. 15.
1. He's Going to Be a Dad
On It's Always Sunny, Charlie constantly chases after "The Waitress" (Mary Elizabeth Ellis), a still-unnamed server at a nearby coffee shop (and sometimes theme restaurant) whom he's obsessed with. The Waitress can't stand Charlie – going as far as to sleep with two of his friends – but in real life, Day has been married to Ellis since 2006 and the two are expecting their first child in December.
Originally posted 07/23/2011 06:45PM
It's been a good year for comedian Charlie Day. His film Horrible Bosses is a hit at the box office, and he's going to be a dad.
"We've got a kid due in December," Day, 35, confirmed to PEOPLE at a Maxim and FX party at San Diego Comic-Con Friday night. "We're five months along, and she's feeling great. We're excited."
Day and his wife Mary Elizabeth Ellis, 32, who stars alongside the actor as "The Waitress" on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, consciously decided to expand their family, says the comedian.
"We decided now is the time, and we were fortunate that it happened," he says.
Originally posted 06/25/2011 06:00PM
The cast of the FX comedy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has always been skinny on the verge of scrawny, with the barrel-keg exception of Danny DeVito. Now, surprisingly, star Rob McElhenney has gone and done a "DeNiro."
Recent photos confirm that the 34-year-old actor, who co-created the TV series about a bunch of mindless lowlifes, has been keeping his head fully immersed in a feedbag causing him to reportedly gain about 50 lbs.
With his beard, he now looks like Kenny Rogers' son.
Originally posted 03/31/2011 03:15PM
A Bones baby is on the way.
Emily Deschanel and husband David Hornsby are expecting their first child, her rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
The actress, 34, and Hornsby, a writer-actor best known for his role as Rickety Cricket on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, met through friends and began dating in 2007. They were married in an intimate ceremony in L.A. last September.
Deschanel is due later this year.
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